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Are You Watching Too Much TV?
Many folks tell me that they just don't have time to be organized. As old saying goes-one will always find time to do what they want to do. I am a firm believer that we can find an extra hour, at least, each day to carve out time to make our lives more sane.
I found that taming the TV habit can buy you at least an hour day if not more to do what will help make your life easier.
In April it is national TV Turnoff Week, in which Americans are encouraged to hide the remote and find other things to do.
Why not figure out how much time your family spends watching TV every week-and then spend that time making life simpler and less cluttered.
You know you watch too much TV when:
I thought the following quote was very gripping.
"The media function very much like drugs and alcohol, whether or not one thinks of them as addictive." -- Taylor Stoehr, University of Massachusetts.
Being honest about the role of TV in your life and in the life of your family, will help you gain perspective about what's important and how much time you truly have.
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